nearlya:

Pavel Pepperstein. Untitled (Oh, here is this fucking triangle again!), 2012, watercolor on paper

nearlya:

Pavel Pepperstein. Untitled (Oh, here is this fucking triangle again!), 2012, watercolor on paper

some things.

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mydaisydays:

Una Furtiva Lagrima - Enrico Caruso

"Mr. Fallon chose for his quarters none other than the former suite of Signor Enrico Caruso. […] Mr. Fallon’s first gesture, on entering his new and elaborate offices, was an imitation of the celebrated tenor singing an aria from Pagliacci."
— Gene Fowler, The Great Mouthpiece

i tried talking to a blade of grass once it said ‘are you a blade of grass’ i said ‘no’ it said ‘of course you’re fucking not’ i said ‘a+ for profanity and anyway i am a fish’ the blade of grass said ‘yes i thought so.’

all in all, it was a winning conversation.

rootsnbluesfestival:

Ray Nance, 1963

rootsnbluesfestival:

Ray Nance, 1963

remember how i talk about the difference between a jellyfish and a moon jelly in a footnote in my thesis because i sure as fuck didn’t remember.

HEY HEYYYYYYYYYY

remember when i wrote a thesis?

(i do.)

THIS SHIT’S ONLINE

INFINITE ((WORDS)) FOR ALL TIME.

photomusik:

Leonard Bernstein photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, conducting Mahler’s Second Symphony during a New York Philharmonic rehearsal at Carnegie Hall (1960)

photomusik:

Leonard Bernstein photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, conducting Mahler’s Second Symphony during a New York Philharmonic rehearsal at Carnegie Hall (1960)

just laughing about the fact that Almaviva hangs out with a barber.

"But I listen to myself
for hours: trying not to sound desperate, but beginning to
repeat things, because that’s how important
things are starting to seem."
— Olena Kalytiak Davis, ‘Another Underwater Conversation’
classicladiesofcolor:

From The Library of Congress on Flickr:

Portrait of Maxine Sullivan, Village Vanguard, New York, NY, c. Mar. 1947 Photograph by William P. Gottlieb.

classicladiesofcolor:

From The Library of Congress on Flickr:

Portrait of Maxine Sullivan, Village Vanguard, New York, NY, c. Mar. 1947

Photograph by William P. Gottlieb.

"[F]or she was the fool out of Shakespeare and if she went on and on saying the same thing perhaps in time people would realize that the thing back of the thing was the thing that mattered."
— H.D., HERmione

every time, chickens.